Augustine Church, Barberton, OH – November 20, 2016
November 21-27
Monday, November 21 – Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary
12:05 Michael Evans
6:00 Confessions
Tuesday, November 22 – St. Cecilia, Virgin & Martyr
8:30 School Mass – Bernadette Floreani
5:15 M. Geraldine Witt
Wednesday, November 23 – Weekday
12:05 Anna Lazar
Thursday, November 24 – Thanksgiving Day
9:00 Mary Cirignano Jr.
Friday, November 25 – Weekday
12:05 George Kozarevic
Saturday, November 26 – Weekday
8:30 The Patterson family & friends
3:00 Confessions
4:00 Bernadette Gibson – Anniversary (Fr. Browne)
Sunday, November 27 – First Sunday of Advent
8:00 The People of St. Augustine Church (Fr. Browne)
10:30 John Baker (Fr. Majikas)
5:15 Jim Lyle – Anniversary & Art Lyle (Fr. Misbrener)

Readings for the Week of November 21

Rv 14:1-3,4b-5, Ps 24:1-2,3-4,5-6, Lk 21:1-4
Rv 14:14-19, Ps 96:10,11-12,13, Lk 21:5-11
Rv 15:1-4, Ps 98:1,2-3,7-8,9, Lk 21:12-19
Rv 18:1-2,21-23;19:1-3,9a, Ps 100:1-2,3,4,5, Lk 21:20-28
Rv 20:1-4,11-21:2, Ps 84:3,4,5-6,8, Lk 21:29-33
Rv:22:1-7,Ps 95:1-2,3-5,6-7, Lk 21:34-36
Is 2:1-5,Ps 122:1-2,3-4,4-5,6-7,8-9, Tm 13:11-14, Mt 24:37-44

Time, Talent & Treasure
Sunday Offering
Faith Direct Offering
Total Offering


November 6


Weekly Budget to meet Operating Cost
(Shortfall) Overage $





School Support
Capital Support
St. Vincent de Paul
Organ Campaign
All Souls
Endowment Fund
US Military Support
Hurricane Matthew Relief
Christmas Flowers





Organ Campaign Goal



November 13

$ 474,801

Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe

Jesus did not come down from the cross to retaliate against those who were mocking him. He gave his
life to forgive them and each of us. In families the angry word easily flies, fueled more by fatigue and
frustration than by a deliberate desire to hurt. Most often we don’t even realize the impact. In our
families, pray for God’s help and seek forgiveness rather than retaliating our holding on to resentment.
Please pray for our Sick especially: John Baylock, Joseph Benear, Betty Bartel, Jack
Weigand, Lisa Gnap, Irene Lyle, Judy Kriston, Anne Trischan, Fred Kormanic, Shanon
Johnson, JoAnn Mullett, Stephen Deibel, Joanne Ramsay, William Bedford, Carol
Garman, Chad Trischan, Pat Shemuga, Andrew Somercik, Helene Van Oss, Paula
Collins, Alexandra Kepler, Gary Reed, Kristine Hornacek, Camilla Pieffer, Barb
Shehan, Gloria Rondy, Joe Patterson III, Lowell Potts, Sandra Walters, Bruce Hartung,
Barb Helms, Nicole Hahn, Carol Hendricks, Tom Abbott, Bob & Patty Moses, Therese
Weigand, Marge O’Boyle, Bill Judge, Betty Morlan, Brittany Wunderle, Brenda Griffin,
Elizabeth Heflin, Kelly Ann Eby, Denise Benear, Michael Scott Benear, Sue
Christopher, Norma Geary Catlin, Carol Gloyd, Liam Fiocca, Kaleigh Shriver, Herman
Gardner, Janet Wolf, Margaret Ford, Ann Barni, Dick Buehrle, Mrs. Soni, Katie Prodon,
Charles Wagner, Joseph Adkins, Lynnea Postek & Carol Soberano
Mary Becay ~ Eternal rest grant unto her, O Lord!
342 Holy Hours were kept before the Blessed Sacrament this past week. St.
Augustine began its 55th year of Perpetual Adoration on All Saints Day,
November 1. For the past two Sundays there have been inserts in the bulletin
pertaining to adoration; trying to encourage participation; to change your life,

both now and when you are taken from the place you now exist in. Adoration is
Forever! It will never end until the world does. When that happens, be sure you are
among us! Call Gene at 330-690-9661 if you are interested in becoming an adorer.
Attention all Saturday & Sunday adorers: 9pm – 6:am, the Holy Hour Captain, Tom
Clark has resigned as Captain. He is committed to an hour from 11-12 midnight.
Mike Meyers will be the new captain; he and his wife Donna have been adorer’s from
9-10pm on Saturday for many years. Tom, thank you and God bless you for your
many years of service as captain, and Mike, thanks for becoming the new captain.
Mike can be reached at 330-376-4015 or 330-697-6371.
The collection for the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) provides
funding for groups that make lasting change and uplift the poor in the United States.
CCHD’s grants improve education, support economic development, and create
affordable housing in low-income neighborhoods. Help us continue to defend human
dignity and build communities of solidarity. Please give to the CCHD Collection.
WOMEN OF FAITH SERVICE PROJECT - In accordance with our Mission Statement to serve our parish and
community, the Women of Faith will be supporting the St. Augustine Annual Christmas Day Dinner by
collecting new adult-sized socks, scarves, hats and gloves to be shared with those in need. (Handmade
are welcome too.) Donations may be brought to our monthly meetings or may be left at the Rectory
office during regular business hours.

Belles of Ireland Christmas Faire is today, Sunday, November 20, 2016 - 2000 Brown
Street, Akron from 11am-4:00pm, sponsored by the Ladies Ancient Order of
Hibernians, Margaret Judge Division. This is a great opportunity to start your
Christmas shopping with Irish and Christmas handcrafted and imported gifts from a variety of
vendors. Enjoy delicious food, baked goods and beverages at Café Ireland.

Please note: the Mass on Thanksgiving Day (November 24) will be at 9:00am. Canned goods will be
collected during the offertory and placed in the Christmas Food Baskets to be delivered to those in need.
Please be generous! The rectory will be closed Thursday and Friday, we will reopen for business on
Monday, November 28.
The Giving Tree will be present in our Church next weekend. There are
many price ranges to choose from. Please take a tag (or two) and return
your unwrapped gift(s) according to the directions on the tag the weekend
of December 10 & 11. This year along with the Community Pregnancy
Center, Family Promise and the Elizabeth Ministries we have added the Peter Maurin
Center. PMC is an inner city Day Drop in Center for the homeless and marginalized
individuals. Supplies will assist most in need. Items include hygiene items:
deodorant, shampoos, toothbrushes & toothpaste, socks, underwear, razors and shave
cream, backpacks etc. Please help those in need this Christmas Season! Gifts can
also be dropped off at the rectory during regular business hours.

St. Augustine Men’s Fellowship will meet in the School Cafeteria from 7-8:25 am on Saturday, November
26. We will continue our series “Life is Worth Living” by Bishop Fulton Sheen. All men of the parish and
friends are invited to join us. Questions – call Gib Adolph at 330-848-1043 or e-mail
The Christmas Season is fast approaching and the Barberton Area Jaycees have volunteered to
run the annual Barberton Christmas Walk on Saturday, November 26 from 5-9:00pm.
Festivities once again will include performances by the Western Star Community Flute Choir
and the St. Augustine Children’s Choir. Performances will begin at 6:15pm in the Church. Hot
chocolate and cookies will be served on the rectory lawn throughout the evening. In order to
make this event run smoothly, we are in need of volunteers to help spread the Christmas Cheer.
This is a wonderful opportunity for eighth grade students to earn service hours while having
fun at the same time. Anyone interested in helping out, please call Bernadette at the rectory
Attention Bakers….Start your ovens! Because of you and your baking talents, we are able to
offer cookies from the parish. Please consider making a batch or two of your favorites to be
passed out at the Christmas Walk. Contact the rectory to let us know if you are able to help
out again this year. Cookies can be dropped off at the rectory during regular business hour
on Wednesday, November 23 or Saturday the 26 after 12:00 noon. Thank you in advance!
LOYOLA RETREAT HOUSE GRIEF SUPPORT RETREAT - Join Deacon Adair and others who are
seeking support for their grief on the sacred grounds of prayer and peace of Loyola on Tuesday,
November 29 from 5:30-8:00pm. Dinner will be served at 6:00pm. Freewill offerings will be accepted.
Loyola is at 700 Killinger Road, Clinton, OH (330-896-2315) Registration forms can be found at
MARK YOUR CALENDARS – Come and join the Knights of Columbus and Santa
Saturday, December 3 from 10:00 – 12:00 (noon) in the SAC. Enter to win a bicycle
or purchase a ticket for the 50/50 raffle, get a picture with Santa, enjoy donuts, coffee
and juice, but most importantly, enjoy sharing the Christmas Season with fellow
parishioners. Hope to see you there.
Due to early deadlines, all information for the bulletins must be submitted by 9:00am on the following
dates: for the December 25 bulletin information must be received by Wednesday, December 14 and for
the January 1 bulletin, information must be in by Wednesday, December 21. Please plan ahead!

It’s all Greek to me! Latin mass 101 - Join us for a brief introduction/refresher of the
Extraordinary Form (Latin Mass) at St. Sebastian Church (476 Mull Ave, Akron Ohio)
on: Sunday, December 4 between 12:15 and 12:45 pm. You can stay and use what
you’ve learned at the 1:00 pm Latin Mass, afterwards; join everyone for coffee and
donuts. Please call 330-869-0682 for more information. Dominus Vobiscum!

St. Augustine will once again have an Advent Communal Reconciliation Service on Monday,
December 12 at 7:00pm in the church. Numerous priests will be available and you may
receive the sacrament either face-to-face or with a screen in a confessional. All are
encouraged to take part in this special sacrament, please plan accordingly.

St. Augustine will once again host a CHRISTMAS DAY DINNER. Volunteers and donations of
baked goods and money are needed. More information will be in the
bulletin soon. Please call Karen Bellett at 330-745-4628 to volunteer or for more information.
American Red Cross is looking for volunteers to greet donors at weekday blood
drives in your community. Friendly, flexible, reliable individuals who are interested
in helping with a life-saving program may contact Ann Catanese at 330-958-1873 or

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2017 – Help us bring in the New Year by attending the St.
Augustine New Year’s Eve Bash! Come enjoy live music by The Legends, dinner,
drinks and most importantly fellowship. The evening will begin at 8:00pm with
dinner, music and dancing will follow into the New Year! Tickets are $55.00 a couple
and $30 per individual which includes dinner, coffee, tea, there will be a cash bar.
Tickets can be purchased at the rectory during regular business hours or by
contacting Elmer Neitz at 330-388-1980. Get a table of friends together and come
celebrate with us, must be 21 to participate.